Hasan joined The Hague Institute in April 2013. He has experience in digital engagement, strategic communications and project management. He is the primary manager of the website and online communications, and his responsibilities include design, branding, development and social media.
Hasan connects the work of the Institute to various audiences using online media. He has experience implementing new technologies and measuring impact via organizational planning and outreach strategy. In 2015, Hasan led the organizational effort to redesign the website of The Hague Institute. In addition to his digital communications background, Hasan manages the Institute’s bi-annual magazine, Intersections; administrates the organizational contacts of the Institute; and coordinates the monthly e-newsletter.
Prior to joining the Institute, Hasan served as Online Communications Specialist at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) in Washington, DC. In this capacity he oversaw USIP.org and liaised with programmatic staff to curate content for online dissemination. Hasan also managed USIP’s email marketing to more than 135,000 contacts.
From 2007 to 2010, he served as Webmaster for the U.S. Congressionally chartered Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission (ALBC) at the U.S. Library of Congress. In this role, he supported the communications director with outreach initiatives to advance the historical legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
Hasan completed his B.A. in Communications with a special focus on Public Relations and Political & Persuasive Communication from George Mason University. His interests include geography, intercultural communication, foreign affairs and American history.